Blackjack Strategy Charts for Playtech casino

For versions of classic, surrender and 6 decks blackjack

The following charts have been made to play with the best possible strategy to blackjack in the single deck, surrender and 6 decks versions in the casinos that use the software Playtech.

Many Playtech casinos have some blackjack versions available, but usually when possible we suggest to play the single deck (classic) version, which is the most successful.

On the side of the chart you can find a summary of the rules they usually have. The instructions and the notes of the symbols are in this page.
In the event that you would like to play another version of blackjack we suggest you to look to the most accurate scheme among the avilables.

Blackjack Single Deck

This chart is excellent with these rules:

  • 1 deck
  • dealer hits card on soft 17
  • the player may double on 10 and 11 only
  • the doubling after a split is not permitted
  • the player may split just once (no resplit)
  • there is not surrender option

The remaining rules are standard.
The house edge is 0.48%.
Here the instructions and the notes of the symbols.

Playtech original blackjack (6 decks)

This chart is excellent with these rules:

  • 6 decks
  • dealer stands on soft 17
  • player loses total bet against dealer blackjack (full no peek)
  • the player may double with any two cards
  • the doubling after a split is permitted
  • the player may split just once (no resplit)
  • there is not surrender option
  • if the dealer does blackjack there is a mixture of U.S. and European rules:
  • dealer has ace up and the player doubles and/or splits: bet entirely lost
  • dealer has 10 up and the player splits: bet entirely lost
  • dealer has 10 up and the player doubles: only original bet lost
  • dealer has 10 up and the player splits and doubles: only the additional bet for the split lostThe remaining rules are standard.
    The house edge is 0.52%.
    Here the instructions and the notes of the symbols.

 

Playtech blackjack surrender

This chart is excellent with these rules:

  • 6 decks
  • dealer stands on soft 17
  • player loses total bet against dealer blackjack (full no peek)
  • the player may double with any two cards
  • the player may split just once for hand
  • the player can doubles after a split
  • there is surrender option

The remaining rules are standard.
The house edge under these rules is 0.39%.
Here the instructions and the notes for the symbols.